Microsoft has partnered with Ardents, a supply tracking solutions provider, to develop a new product tracking platform using blockchain technology and artificial intelligence (AI), Food Engineering reported June 14.
The new blockchain solution, which is called Ardents NovaTrack, was presented at Viva Tech 2018 in Paris. The system offers end-to-end traceability and visibility from the point of origin along the whole supply chain, allowing users to trace single product items within a case. The product was initially designed for the pharmaceutical industry in order to fight distribution of fraudulent copies of

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